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A study of morphological variability in Giloya under mid-hill condition of Himachal Pradesh was carried out during 2008-2009. Survey was conducted in different locations of District Kangra (Himachal Pradesh) during April-May, 2008. Stems pieces of Giloya were collected from twelve different altitudes of district Kangra (Himachal Pradesh). Collections containing stem pieces of equal length and uniform diameter. These collections were vegetatively propagated in pots in the month of May-2008 for morphological parameters.


Survey collections stems pieces of Giloya uniform morphological altitudes

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Devi, B. ., Singh, A. ., & Upadhyay, R. . (2015). Morphological variability in Giloya [Tinospora cordifolia (willd) Miers] under changing scenario of climate in North Western Himalaya. Environment Conservation Journal, 16(1&2), 133–137.


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